The mission of the Access to Justice Commission is to develop a unified strategy to improve access to justice in civil legal proceedings for the poor in Mississippi. They provide support for issues of Family and Children, Housing, Estate, Seniors, Worker’s Rights, Immigration, Preparing for Court and more!
The Empowerment Project is a policy initiative focused on empowering women and promoting strong Mississippi families. Through The Empowerment Project, we hope to help families of all stages and phases by providing women with the opportunities and resources to upskill, educate, and grow.
Whether you’re a mother-to-be or a mother of three, MAMA can quickly connect you to health care services, infant essentials, clothing, food, shelter, financial assistance, child care, jobs, education, legal aid, adoption services and more. If something you need is not listed, please reach out to MAMA@ago.ms.gov.
The Mississippi Center for Justice currently assists individuals seeking an expungement of their record in all 82 counties of Mississippi. The Center will aid you in this process by providing you with the necessary self-help tools. It will help you gather proper documents from the court and/or the arresting agency, draft a petition and order for expungement, and provide “Next Steps” instructions for pro-se filing in the appropriate court.
Did you know that you can get free legal advice from Mississippi Attorneys through a service sponsored by the American Bar Association?
Submit your questions to ms.freelegalanswers.org!
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